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Galloping Blasphemy

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  • Audio CD (24 Sept. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • ASIN: B008SVS0BY
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 171,251 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By brian metal 4 the masses murray on 16 Aug. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
having just received this great album I can not believe I did not come across it sooner,for what we have is a really great piece of metal,with influences ranging from eighties classic metal to thrash/death metal and of course black metal,for first and formost this is black metal,from the mercyful fate influenced instrumental title track to the possessed opening track it is superb,like I said before the influeces are all over the place everything from venom,early celtic frost,mercyful fate/king diamond,a lot of possessed,and even a bit of maiden,i utterly love this album ,from the minute I first heard it ,with all these great influences it was never going to go wrong,so to younger metal fans I highly recommend it,to younger fans I would also check out the other bands I previously mentioned,venom,celtic frost,mercyful fate and especially bay area thrashers /proto-death metal innovators possessed[for this is the biggest influence]even the cover and inlay sleeve is great ,everything metal has and should be about,if you have any interest in metal at all please check this out,you will love it.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is pretty awesome 80's style black/Thrash Metal with heavymetal and 70's doom metal influences.
I really like this up-tempo Metal and great guitar solo's with possessed vocals.
I love it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not Bad...Not Great 4 Dec. 2012
By Justin a Petrick - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an interesting album and the only full length album I am talking about today. I find it a little surprising that Metal Blade signed this band and released this album when they already have Ghost in their stable of bands, but I guess it is good business to corner the market on the genres before the big boys get them all. But in general this is another retro-heavy metal album with its likeability the product of the success of bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Venom, Slayer, and Mercyful Fate. Even with the obvious influences on this album it works well on its own merits because it doesn’t just use the previously mentioned influences it pays homage to them. This album is a really nice retro-thrash album that, Satanic gimmicks aside, uses the techniques and balanced taught by their predecessors and creates a fun and slightly macabre album. The only downside of this duo’s album and it has nothing to do with their music is all of the Satanic imagery (gimmick) because underneath all of the blasphemous galloping is a really fine retro-metal album that fills a void left by the great Mercyful Fate. I just worry that the name and the album cover will scare a lot of people away since there is a really good album underneath all of the goatheads.
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Underapprecited little gem. 1 April 2013
By The Wereviewolf - Published on Amazon.com
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And I was worried that the last reviewers half-hearted endorsement and middling score would keep fans of the aforementioned bands (Venom, Mercyful Fate, etc.) from giving this very good 2012 release a listen. I actually think this is a four-star release, so I'm giving it five to raise the score. Those who like FUN eighties style metal music mixed with more modern SINISTER Black Metal vocal stylings should really check this thing out. You won't be disappointed.
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The Joy of 80's Style Black Metal! 13 Jun. 2013
By Wolf the Quarrelsome - Published on Amazon.com
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Once I wrapped my head around the unconventional vocal delivery on Galloping Blasphemy, I couldn't get enough of this album. Musically speaking, this is pure, unadulterated, 80's style Black Metal played with a passion by guys who obviously love the same bands from that era that I do. Amazing debut. Can't wait for the follow-up.
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Galloping Blasphemy 4 April 2013
By Scott Rosenbluth - Published on Amazon.com
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The two dudes in this band are stuck in 1985, with their guitars, drums and vocals set to shred. This is one of the BEST modern day incarnations of this sound ever, with highlights of traditional NWOBHM thrown in to harness the melody in place. Yes the satanic shtick is over the top but it's an homage to the days and ethos' of bands like Venom, Slayer, Sarcofogo, and Mercyful Fate and works to this little slab of metal's benefit. The vocals are a bit tiresome with Taz's almost monotonous blackened death howl forging the path. But the intended effect is achieved on tracks like One Thousand Goats in Sodom, Death To Life, Leonard Rising [Night of the Whip], Death Possessed, and many others, that are driven by ferocious guitar work and buried howls. The album lags a little in places but you can rest assured some more tremendous speed metal will follow soon. Anyways, check this out. It'll make you want to drink some beers in your sleeveless denim jacket and throw the horns all night long!!!
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